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Game Preview: Browns vs. Cowboys

The Cleveland Browns (2-7) take on the Dallas Cowboys (4-5) at Cowboys Stadium this Sunday as the heavily favored Cowboys look to hand Cleveland their eighth loss of the season. Although Cowboys QB Tony Romo leads the league with thirteen interceptions this season, he hasn't thrown a single interception in his last two games against the Atlanta Falcons and the Philadelphia Eagles. This is good news for the Cowboys offense, whose main weakness seems to be their own mistakes which result in costly turnovers. Are you looking for tickets to the next Cowboys game? Browse our Dallas Cowboys vs. Cleveland Browns tickets and rest assured that your ticket purchase is backed by the Maxim Tickets 100% Buyer Guarantee. In the Cowboys last game against the Eagles, Romo completed 19 of 26 attempted passes, including two touchdown passes, for a total of 209 yards. On the other hand, Browns QB Brandon Weeden threw two interceptions in his team's loss to the Ravens and hasn't thrown a touchdown in his last two games. The Browns are coming off their bye week however, so expect to see a revitalized Weeden leading the Browns offense.

If the Cowboys beat the Browns on Sunday, it will be their first set of consecutive wins this season. Make sure you don't miss a single Cowboys victory when you own a Dallas Cowboys PSL. Currently the Cowboys trail the NFC East leading-Giants by two wins and two losses. Browns RB Trent Richardson could be one key to a possible Browns upset, since he provided Cleveland's only touchdown in their last two games and rushed for over 100 yards in each of those games. Kickoff for the Browns-Cowboys game is scheduled for 1 PM Eastern Time and will be broadcast on CBS.